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Look At Me - Keith Hudson - Torch Of Freedom (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Torch Of Freedom on Discogs. Label: Atra - ATRALP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • /5(16).
  2. "Torch Of Freedom" is one of the great missing pieces of the Keith Hudson oeuvre. Out of print for years, it's been long sought after by both aficionados and the mildly curious, many of whom discovered Hudson's "Turn The Heater On" (included here) from New Order's "Peel Sessions" release, one of very few covers they attempted, and apparently a 5/5(3).
  3. Buy Keith Hudson on vinyl & CD at Juno Records, the worlds largest dance music store. Keith Hudson (heavyweight vinyl LP) Simply Vinyl. Cat: SVLP LP. Rel: 08 Dec Dub. Pick A Dub Keith Hudson - "Torch Of Freedom" e-mail me when available. out of stock $
  4. Torch of Freedom, an Album by Keith Hudson. Released in on Atra (catalog no. ATRALP ). Genres: Reggae.
  5. Keith Hudson & The Soul Syndicate: You're Still A Little Girl Dub () Keith Hudson: It Was When Friends Started To Talk About You (aka I Never Heard About You) () Keith Hudson & The Soul Syndicate: I Don't Know You Dub () Keith Hudson: Oh No, Not My Baby () Keith Hudson & The Soul Syndicate: Words So True (Dub) (2.
  6. “Torch Of Freedom”fits neatly besides Keith Hudson’s other classic albums such as “Pick A Dub”, “Flesh Of My Flesh, Blood Of My Blood” and “Playing It Cool, Playing It Right”and shows the unique sound and vision of what Hudson’s work as an artist and producer was all about.
  7. Keith Hudson. The first long playing Keith Hudson ‘solo’ set, ‘Furnace’, featuring a combination of Keith’s own vocals and instrumental and deejay tracks in a style that would later be termed a ‘showcase album’, was released in on Imbidimts in Jamaica.
  8. Keith Hudson was born into a musical family in Kingston, Jamaica in His musical education began as Hudson worked as a sort of roadie for Skatalite and Jamaican trombone king Don Drummond. By age 21, Hudson, who had been trained as a dentist, sunk his earnings into his own record label, Inbidimts, and had a hit with Ken Boothe's recording.
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